Singapore Continues to Strand Strong in terms of Online Hiring Growth
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Highlights
1. Online hiring in Singapore witnessed an impressive 16% year-on-year growth for May 2019, as per the latest Monster Employment Index (MEI).. 2. The IT, Telecom, BPO/ITES industry led this growth with 42% year-on-year growth, followed by BFSI and Advertising with 27% and 23% year-on-year growth respectively.. 3. The Production/Manufacturing, Automotive and Ancillary industry was the only one that didn't record any growth from last year's numbers. .
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The Monster Employment Index is a broad and comprehensive monthly analysis of online job posting activity conducted by Monster India. Based on a real-time review of millions of employer job opportunities culled from a large, representative selection of online career outlets, the Monster Employment Index presents a snapshot of employer online recruitment activity nationwide. Monster has taken due care in compiling and processing the data available from various sources for Monster Employment Index, but does not guarantee the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of any information and is not responsible for any errors or omissions or action / decision taken or for the results obtained from the use of such information. Monster Employment Index was first launched in India in May 2010 with data collected since October 2009 followed by Gulf in April 2011 with data collected since October 2010; Singapore in May 2014 with data collected since January 2011; Philippines and Malaysia in May 2015 with data collected since February 2014.

May 2019 Index Highlights:

  • Online hiring in Singapore witnessed an impressive 16% year-on-year growth for May 2019, as per the latest Monster Employment Index (MEI).
  • The IT, Telecom, BPO/ITES industry led this growth with 42% year-on-year growth, followed by BFSI and Advertising with 27% and 23% year-on-year growth respectively.
  • The Production/Manufacturing, Automotive and Ancillary industry was the only one that didn't record any growth from last year's numbers.